Pirate Cove

Drake Bay, Osa, Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Resort
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    Travel Blogs from Drake Bay

    Tropical Abominable Snowman and shaking verandah.

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Feb 08, 2014

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    ... rumbling noise started which reached a crescendo in a couple of seconds. It sounded and felt as if a train were roaring through the house as the whole verandah shook, groaned and creaked. It was an earthquake, which, although dramatic, ended by the time we had realised what was happening and considered running to stand under a doorway. There was a less dramatic after-shock an hour later. Costa Rica averages a quake each week somewhere in the country.

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    The many transfers to Drake Bay

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Apr 28, 2013

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    ... 6, 2.5 hours), then hopped on a taxi to get to a dock in Sierpe, laid back town.

    A boat leaves from Sierpe to Drake Bay twice a day, 11:30am and 2:30pm. It's a small motor boat that can fit maybe 12 people. With more than enough time to spare, we sat on the deck of Las Vegas Restaurant, sipping coffee along with a few other tourists, and looked over Rio Sierpe. Water plants and mangrove leaves floated down the ...

    HIgh speed boat ride to Drakes Bay

    A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Nov 30, 2012

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    ... the morning so we could charter a boat. Were offered dinner 3 courses at @ $25 at 1800hrs! bit early after a fry up at 1530hrs. So ordered one to meal between 2 of us to be kept aside for us for later. Ate 1830hrs and met the rest of the gang eating on captains table in the restaurant. Mostly Germans. Crashed out in our cabin during yet another torrential rainfall to the sound of the the Pacific waves crashing on the ...

    Day 21

    A travel blog entry by jomole on Mar 03, 2012

    7 photos

    ... Wally called it something else!). It is still very hot and quite humid, so it was lovely. We had been told it was an art festival so decided to go and have a look, but when we got there we found it was 70 dollars to get in, so we gave it a miss. We drove to a Wildlife refuge along the coast and had a walk down a trail to the sea. We saw a few birds, butterflies and lizards. Then back to our villa to make the most of our last night here.


    To go where no Northern girl has gone before....

    A travel blog entry by soul11 on Oct 08, 2011

    52 photos

    ... remotest region. Did I mention that it was the rainy season? and that October is the rainiest month of the rainy season? Let me be the first to say that if you've never experienced rainy season in a tropical country, there is just no way to prepare yourself for it, literally and figuratively. And believe me, I was not prepared, in fact, I was underprepared and overwhelmed in a short period of time. I'll more about this a little later... Pura ...